Quotes: Stunt Casting

Burgess Meridith hologram: 'Bout damn time you activated me, you timid old bastard!
Noah: (guffawing) "RAWK! RAWK! You mus' go to da Dagobah System, Rawk!" Sure, he's a programmer. I doubt Burgess can program an alarm clock.

To put it simply, Kathy Griffin is not an actress. She’s an entertainer. As such she is entirely unsuited to appearing on a show like The X-Files because she exclaims every line as though the audience is just out of reach and reacting with guffaws at her every utterance. She has no screen presence and yet paradoxically has too much (she’s too loud, too childish, too everything…). The gag (and I use the term as loosely as possible) of a faux Mulder and Scully turning up to investigate the violence that has occurred, but being shot as though it really is them, doesn’t work...[Gillian] Anderson gives up trying to act and just wings her performance. This material hasn’t earned the right for her to put any effort into it. She’s about two second away from cracking up at the mess of hysterics this episode has devolved into.
Joe Ford on The X-Files, "Fight Club"

Jay: Randy Savage set up Nash, and Nash was in the limo that was t-boned by a mysterious white Hummer. But who's in the Hummer? Months passed without an answer to the driver's identity, and it bounced around from: Carmen Electra. To Sid Vicious. Maybe it was Hogan! Maybe it was Sting! And eventually: Stop asking.
V1: Sorry. The name...sticks out quite a bit. CARMEN ELECTRA. Did they try to sign her?
Jay: This was the angle to bring her in, that was the initial thought. But then that fell through, so...
OOC: W-what...why was she tryin' to kill Kevin Nash?
Jay: Why you gotta—why you gotta hassle me about this, man?
OSW Review on WCW Thunder (The David Arquette Trilogy)

As if it weren’t bad enough to have Arquette as a fluke champion, WCW actually continued the storyline, and Arquette began to defend the title against legitimate contenders, even going so far as to pin Tank Abbott. If you listened closely in this match, you could actually hear the toilet flush on Tank’s career.

...there were about 80 sets built for Dune, and it had a working crew of nearly 2,000 people. It also had Sting, whom I think just showed up in clothes he brought from home.

The peak of Bon Jovi's career was when he was decapitated in the movie U-571. The could show that scene on repeat throughout all the games at The Ralph and everyone will love it.